KeyBridge Honored 2015 insideARM Best Places to Work in Collections
Posted on October 1, 2015 by Lisa
KeyBridge Medical Revenue Care is proud to announce it was recently selected as one of the Best Places to Work in Collections for 2015. This is the sixth time KeyBridge has earned this prestigious award; twice being ranked #1 in the nation.
“We’re honored to be recognized with this hard-earned distinction for a sixth time,” said Scott Koenig, KeyBridge president. “At KeyBridge, we strive to keep our talented staff happy by creating a supportive environment for our employees to live and grow. This honor validates our continuous work towards achieving our corporate vision: to be the industry leader in the satisfaction of employees, clients and patients.”
At KeyBridge, the growth and happiness of its employees is a main priority. Employee perks — ranging from 401K with company match to fresh fruit and vegetable snacks — coupled with ongoing training programs encourage employees to build a career with KeyBridge. The company strives to create a family-focused environment, where employees feel both valued and motivated. There are several company gatherings, picnics and parties offered throughout the year to encourage camaraderie. Employees also enjoy a flexible work week and a first-rate office facility that includes a fitness room.
Now in its 8th year, the award program, established by insideARM, was designed to identify, recognize and honor the best places of employment in the collections industry. This year, 47 companies met the standard to be selected. The Best Places to Work in Collections list is divided into three size categories: Small (15-49 employees), Medium (50-149 employees) and Large (150+ employees). The full 2015 list can be found here.
According to insideARM, the “Best Companies” contenders completed a two-part survey process; the first part consisted of evaluating each nominated company’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems and demographics, the second part consisted of an employee survey to measure the employee experience. The combined scores determined the top companies and the final ranking.